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Rudolph Ganz, the eminent Swiss pianist, will give a recital in the New Lecture Hall at 8.15 this evening under the auspices of the Department of Music. Mr. Ganz has achieved an enviable reputation both as a virtuoso and a composer, and as an interpreter of Liszt is considered unsurpassed. Admission will be by ticket only, 50 cents being charged for reserved seats, and 25 cents for admission tickets.
The following program has been arranged:--Liszt, Variations on a Theme by Bach (Weinen-Klagen); Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Sonata in E major, No. 2, Op. 2; Brahms, (a) Intermezzo in E flat minor, and (b) Capriccio in B minor; Chopin, (a) Nocturne in C minor, (b) Berceuse, and (c) Polonaise in A flat; Ganz, (a) "In May" (Op. 23), and (b) Etude-Caprice (Op. 14); Blanchet, Serenade (Op. 15); Liszt, (a) Sonetto dipetrarca in E. and (b) Rakoezy March.
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